State DOTs Spend Even More Money on Highway Expansions Than We Thought
Advocates knew states would go on a highway widening binge when the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law passed — but they didn't know it would be quite this bad.
Advocates Urge NY To Cut Car Trips by 20 Percent
New York should spend billions on transit, bikes, and paths instead of more highway.
Freeway Fighters: ‘Stop the Highway-Expansion Madness,’ New Coalition Demands
"Endless highway expansions are pulling our country into an environmental, budgetary, and public health crisis," the letter states.
Should We Stop Subsidizing EVs For All and Focus on ‘Super-Drivers’?
Ten percent of U.S. drivers use 35 percent of our fuel. Instead of focusing on getting them in EVs, though, subsidies miss "super-users" and reinforce car dependency.
Are Boomers to Blame for America’s Dirty Transportation System — And Can They Fix It?
We spoke with one Baby Boomer says his generation needs to step up to end climate change — and he's got some advice.
Why Red States Are Suing to Hide Their Transportation Emissions
"They’re saying they don’t have the capacity to measure greenhouse gas emissions, and in the same [document], they’re saying they do; I’d like to know which it is."
DOT’s New Emissions Rule is a Big Deal, Even if It Doesn’t Punish States for Polluting
No states will face penalties for building needless toxic road projects — but they also won't be able to hide those impacts from the public.
OPINION: Infrastructure Bill Offers Too Little Progress on Climate and Equity
Most of its historic funding is helping to maintain a harmful status quo at a time when we need to address climate change.
Talking Headways Podcast: Aging Adults and Climate Emergencies
Climate change is affecting all of us — but especially seniors. Let's talk about it.
Calif. Projects Chosen for Climate Adaptation Funding
California Transportation Commission staff released their recommendations for local projects to protect transportation infrastructure from climate change. The list will be considered by the CTC in December.